20 August 2019
The needs of endangered winter-run chinook salmon, threatened green sturgeon and people can be met through optimised water releases into the Sacramento River.
20 August 2019
A first-of-its-kind study finds that visitors to urban parks use happier words and express less negativity on Twitter than they did before their visit
19 August 2019
Our Summer School students learned how to present scientific research - such as the response of seals to wind farm installations - to policymakers in a special Pie and a Pint Policy evening.
15 August 2019
Joint extinction of tapirs and peccaries leads to reduction in tropical forest diversity, finds 10 year study
14 August 2019
13 August 2019
New statistical tools help prevent seagrass loss
Research presents a new technique which gives insights into the exposure of marine predators to microplastics.
12 August 2019
The British Ecological Society moved into its vibrant new office in central London today.
06 August 2019
Findings of a study go against current expectations of environmental sex determination in painted turtle populations.
Research finds roadside verges can provide food and refuge for pollinators but cutting them too early in the year removes this benefit.
02 August 2019
Do the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals promote or limit conservation.
01 August 2019
Can land-sharing and land-sparing be combined to meet food demands whilst conserving biodiversity?
24 July 2019
A treatment programme to guides the development of a more effective control of deadly mange disease in wombat populations
23 July 2019
Are you an invasive species expert? We need your help!
18 July 2019
Social media posts help researchers to discover climate change is to blame for displacement of 55 species in UK.